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This Study Trip Romania is specially prepared for students who are passionate about history and myths. Discover our country and follow in Vlad the Impaler‘s footsteps. Visit traditional mountain villages and learn all about the history and customs of the places you explore. Book this Dracula tour Transylvania and bring your students on a journey they won’t forget.

Study Trip Romania – Brief itinerary

Snagov Monastery – Dracula’s final resting place

Our english speaking guide picks you up from Bucharest airport. After that, drive to Snagov. Visit the famous Snagov Monastery, build on an island in the middle of Snagov Lake. Allegedly, Dracula’s body was buried here after his death. After visiting the monastery, return to Bucharest and accommodate in a centrally located 3* hotel.

Your Dracula tour Transylvania continues with Targoviste. Here, you will visit the ruins of Vlad Tepes’ old court. From here, drive to Sinaia and visit Peles Castle, a stunning palace which used to serve as royal residence. After that, head for Bran Castle, also known as Dracula’s Castle thanks to Bram Stoker’s novel. Visit the castle and then drive to Brasov. Enjoy a delicous dinner and then attend ‘Dracula’s Wedding’, a non-verbal show played by professional actors.

During your Study Trip Romania, visit impressive places in the vicinity of Bran. Admire the Valley of the Citadel Cave and Rasnov Citadel from outside. After that, discover Bat’s Cave. On the next day of this Dracula tour Transylvania, visit Poienari Citadel, Dracula’s old fortress. Make sure you’re physically prepared, because you need to climb over 1400 stairs to reach the top. However, the view from above makes the entire effort worth it. From here, head for your next objective, Curtea de Arges Monastery.

Conitnue your tour in Sibiel. Visit the Village Museum and then drive to Sighisoara Medieval Citadel, Dracula’s birthplace. Visit the Clock Tower museum and the Medieval Weapons Collection. After that, head for Turda, home of the famous Salt Mine. Descend into the mine and visit the old galleries and then accommodate in a 4* Dracula themed hotel. Enjoy a vampire menu for dinner.

Dracula Tour Romania – Discover Apuseni Mountains

In the next part of your study trip Romania, discover Apuseni Mountains. First of all, visit unique caves such as Bear’s Cave, Meziad Cave or Scarisoara Cave. Accommodate at a local guest house. The next day begins with a visit at one of the most spectacular caves in Apuseni, Huda lui Papara. After that, drive to Borgo Pass. Accommodate at a hotel built according to Bram Stoker’s imagination – Dracula’s Castle Hotel. If you’re brave enough, visit Dracula’s coffin in the basement the hotel. After that, enjoy a unique evening. Sit around a camp fire and discover the dark legends surrounding Vlad the Impaler.

In the morning, drive to Sacel. Meet a traditional woodcraftsman who will teach you how to make the perfect wooden stake. After that, we included an optional visit to the Merry Cemetery. Unique in the entire world, the cemetery is famous because of the funny epitaphs carved on the wooden crosses. Each cross also depicts the deceased in a cartoon like manner. Return to Sacel and accommodate in a 3* pension.

Your next Dracula Tour Romania destination is Vaser Valley. Enjoy a unique experience, a reminder of past times. You will go on a 50 km travel with a Steam Train (known as Mocanita in Romania). Admire the amazing scenery around you. Take your time and snap some photos, since the train is designed to run at a slow speed. Complete your train ride and then spend the night in Sacel. After that, head for Cluj-Napoca, where our guide drops you off at your booked hotel or at the airport.


Why to choose a private escorted tour

  • It is more comfortable
  • Flexible
  • Time saving
  • You can decide the pace of the tour
  • Having a tour guide helps you to have a more genuine experience


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Book this tour now and then enjoy an unforgettable tour in Transylvania, the land of Dracula!

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Price per person
(2 persons to one double room)
Single Supplement
11 day tour. Departure from Bucharest

On request for a group of minimum 15 people

€ 1287

€ 289

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Price for groups of 10-14 people

€ 1498
€ 289


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  1. :

    To see and be in the same places described in Stoker’s “Dracula” was an amazing feeling.
    Even learning about the culture of Romania was very eye opening.
    Stefan was a fantastic guide!
    His knowledge and passion for history truly made travelling around Romania even better than I could have imagined!


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